What’s Next After Ombré: The Hair Color That Lasts 6 Months

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      They say good things don’t last forever — and when it comes to hair color, “forever” usually means six weeks, at which point you’re due back at the salon to touch up your highlights. So when my colleague Isabel told me about her favorite colorist, Johnny Ramirez, he sounded too good to be true. “It’s six-month hair color,” she said. “I never get roots.” Isabel discovered Ramirez when she lived in L.A., where his work at the Ramirez-Tran Salon has earned him a cult following among Hollywood types。

      Ramirez and his team specialize in “lived-in color” — a subtle, enduring way of highlighting your hair that he insists is neither balayage nor ombré. The color — which he says was initially inspired by the tones in his then-6-year-old daughter Emilia’s hair — often falls somewhere on the spectrum between blonde and brown. Made-up words likebronde or blondette best describe the effect. The end of a strand will look ashy blonde, the one next to it, ashy brunette, and the root, a solid brown. But seen a step back, these strands somehow work together to form a hair waterfall of color, thanks to Ramirez’s impressionistic blurring technique. (It’s also what makes his work so Instagrammable, racking up thousands of likes on his blog and Instagram. Other Los Angeles hairstylists like Guy Tang, who does a more extreme version, have similarly large followings.)

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